Motorola-Comfort75-2 5" Video Baby Monitor with Remote Pan Scan and Two Cameras

Motorola-Comfort75-2 5" Video Baby Monitor with Remote Pan Scan and Two Cameras

The Motorola Comfort75-2 5" Video Baby Monitor, with remote pan, tilt and zoom is the ultimate value in video baby monitors. Monitor what matters.

Motorola-Comfort75-2 5" Video Baby Monitor with Remote Pan Scan and Two Cameras

The Motorola Comfort75-2 5" Video Baby Monitor, with remote pan, tilt and zoom is the ultimate value in video baby monitors. Monitor what matters.

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5" diagonal color screen

Watch real-time video of your baby's room on the 5" diagonal color screen and never miss a moment. Plus, with the pan scan feature, you can move right and left, to get a better view of the nursery and your baby.

remote pan scan

Remotely pan and zoom the camera to ensure that you always have the perfect view of your child.

two-way communication

With the two-way communication feature you can hear your little one clearly then sooth them with your voice from another room.
Frequently Asked Questions

To enable the remote pan scan function please press the OK button twice. You will see the arrows that appear on the screen. Please note that although the camera does not appear to move up and down, the video on the parent unit will show that movement. Also, the camera moves left and right.

You can use the Parent Unit to set an alarm as a reminder for you to take care of your baby. If an alarm time is selected, the Parent Unit will beep at the end of the selected 2, 4 or 6 hour period. The alarm will sound for about 1 minute when the time is reached, or can be stopped by pressing any button. To activate an alarm, proceed as follows: 

The “switch camera view” function is available if you have multiple cameras paired with the Parent Unit. When the Parent Unit is in camera viewing mode, press the OK button, and the camera view from the next paired camera appears on the screen, with the camera number or scan shown on the status bar. Each press of the OK button cycles through all the paired cameras.